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Triumph Omaha

Omaha, Nebraska

Triumph Omaha is a collaboration located in Omaha, Nebraska and is comprised of two community based organizations: The Women’s Center for Advancement and Community Alliance. The Women’s Center for Advancement serves survivors of domestic violence, and Community Alliance provides comprehensive services to individuals who have severe mental illness. Triumph Omaha came together with a commitment to creating a compassionate and empowering environment for survivors who have severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance use disorder. Their collaboration is centered on the values of equality and are committed to providing a safe environment for free expression for all individuals.

Our Unique Contribution

Triumph Omaha recognizes the need to create a well coordinated systems based approach to serving survivors of domestic violence who have severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance use disorder. Individuals with co-occurring behavioral health needs can be vulnerable and are often marginalized from mainstream services, placing them at high risk for victimization. By collaborating in their efforts, Triumph Omaha is working to bridge the gap in service for survivors with behavioral health disabilities, and creating a person-centered services model for survivors of domestic violence who experience severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance use disorders.

Contact Us

Women's Center for Advancement

Eyerusalem Lemma, Project Director

Phone: (402) 345-6555 x290
Email: eyerusaleml@wcaomaha.org

At a Glance

    Project Reach

  • Local

    Agency Type

  • Disability Organization
  • Domestic Violence Program

    Disability Focus

  • Mental Health/Psychiatric

    Victimization Type

  • Intimate Partner Violence

    Solutions Implemented

  • Building Partnerships
  • Enhancing Services
  • Promoting Equality
  • Raising Awareness
  • Strengthening Prevention

This project is supported by the Office on Violence Against Women’s Training and Services to End Violence Against Women with Disabilities Grant Program.